1. simonke's Avatar
    Been wondering how the hub proceeds to download email when the refresh button is pressed. I have multiple accounts setup with several of those to gmail's servers. On Thunderbird (PC setup, where I have same accounts loaded) I can set a delay to prevent large numbers of outbound connections being initiated at the same time.
    09-12-14 11:09 PM
  2. walcolm's Avatar
    if you're using manual download, then the download will probably follow the order in which the emails are listed in the hub or whichever server responds the fastest to the request
    09-13-14 11:32 AM
  3. simonke's Avatar
    Ok, thanks, so d'you think all server requests go out at the same time. What I was meaning in regard to Thunderbird is that it's possible to set a delay between outgoing server connections (in milliseconds).
    09-18-14 07:51 PM
  4. nah.uhh's Avatar
    Ok, thanks, so d'you think all server requests go out at the same time. What I was meaning in regard to Thunderbird is that it's possible to set a delay between outgoing server connections (in milliseconds).
    You can refresh the accounts individually, is that what you want to do?
    There is no fine tuned setting to control what happens when you refresh the main hub though, everything gets refreshed.
    09-18-14 08:11 PM

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